Britain’s Got Talent winner Lost Voice Guy has revealed what he has been up to since winning the competition earlier this year.
He joined Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes on the sofa for a typically hilarious interview.
Lost Voice Guy, real name Lee Ridley, spoke of his excitement at meeting Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Royal Variety Performance.
He said: "It was an amazing experience to do the Royal Variety Performance. I still can’t really believe that I actually did it."
But before he could carry on, Phillip tried to interject, innocently thinking that Lost Voice Guy had finished his sentence.
Lost Voice Guy was back on our screens
Phillip tried to cut in but didn’t realise he hadn’t finished
This Morning viewers took to Twitter after watching the awkward exchange.
One viewer said: "Shut up man.. Scofe is trying to ask you a question"
"Phil’s blown it already hahaha," added another.
A third said: "They should’ve told the voice guy .. KEEP YOUR ANSWERS SHORT"
This isn’t the first time a presenter has been caught out, as Dec Donnelly famously offered up his microphone to Lost Voice Guy despite him not being able to speak.
Lost Voice Guy was bringing laughs to the show
He was joined by his mum Janet
Lost Voice Guy admitted he never expected to be telling jokes to the royal family.
The comedian said: "Of course I was nervous. I think anyone would be nervous performing for royalty. The rest of the line up was really good as well so I had a lot to live up tp. I’m just glad I didn’t press the wrong button and swear in from of Harry and Meghan.
Lee admitted it was harder than performing in front of Simon Cowell but Harry and Meghan were "both lovely and really down to earth".
He said: "I was far more scared of performing in front of the royal fmaily. Simon is a pussycat once you get to know him. Plus if the royals didn’t like my act I might have ended up locked in the Tower of London."
He performed for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Lost Voice Guy then revealed how he had spent his £250,000 BGT prize money.
He said: "Well my family and friends have always supported my crazy dream of becoming a stand up comedian so I gave some of the money to them as a reward for being brilliant. Of course I’ve been treating myself as well. I’ve recently moved into a new flat so I’ve spent money on making that nice too.
"I still see Simon from time to time and David Walliams came to see my show in Edinburgh which is really nice of him. Both of them have been good with giving me advice and stuff which has helped a lot.
The cheeky comedian added: "I’m just amazed my batteries haven’t run out yet."
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